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Newton Global Income Sterling Inc

Managed by

Nick Clay

Nick Clay was born in 1969 in Bromley, United Kingdom. He obtained a BA Hons in Economics and Philosophy from Leeds University. With sixteen years of experience as a fund manager, Nick is a member of the UK Society of Investment Professionals. He began his career in 1991 at Sun Alliance Investment Management working as an investment analyst. In 1994, he joined Morley Fund Management and became head of UK equities life funds for six years. In 2000, Nick joined Newton Investment Management and is currently director of investment management specialist benchmarks and portfolio manager of the Newton Managed fund. He lists golf, tennis, rugby and cinema among his interests outside of fund management.


The objective of the Sub-Fund is to achieve increasing annual distributions together with long-term capital growth from investing predominantly in global securities. The Sub-Fund may also invest in collective investment schemes (including but not limited to another Sub-Fund or SubFunds of the Company). Derivatives may be used for efficient portfolio management only

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Registered For Sale In

  1. Austria
  2. Chile
  3. Germany
  4. Spain
  5. United Kingdom

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